Obama hams it up for health care on Funny or Die

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WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Barack Obama is hamming it up online to promote his health care plan.
Obama joked Tuesday with comedian Zach Galifianakis, including poking fun at the poorly reviewed “Hangover Part III” during an interview on thhe website Funny or Die.

Galifianakis typically poses awkward questions to celebrity guests appearing on “Between Two Ferns,” and Obama was no exception. After being asked how it felt to be “the last black president” and about the false notion that he was born in Kenya, the president pitched sign-ups for health care by the March 31 deadline.

Obama’s appearance is part of an effort to reach young Americans crucial to the program’s success.

Asked by Galifianakis whether he’d want a third term _ which in any case is barred by the Constitution _ Obama said that would be about as successful as the poorly reviewed third “Hangover” movie, in which Galifianakis starred.


  • Steven Sweeney

    The narcissist in chief thinks he’s adorable: he’s not..glad he make fun of all the people he has hurt with Obamacare..fromlittle girls being denied organ transplants to average families being saddled with huge premiums..meanwhile his cronies and union buddies ALL get exemptions..how’s that for “skin in the game?” Typical smug, lying liberal democrat…i see why his approval rating is below 40%..

  • GG

    Amen! Mr. Galifinakis is very funny, but am very disappointed that this all is aimed at promoting something so horrible as Obamacare. This is totally beneath the office of the President of the United States…. but then so is Obama…

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